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National Orientation In New York

05 Oct 2014, Posted by Andrew Cristiani in Brotherhood, Leadership, Social

Lambda Phi Epsilon chapter presidents from across the continent flew to New York City this past weekend for National Orientation. Our Internal Vice President, Sebatian Kalilikane, traveled to East Elmhurst New York to attended with brothers across the country for continuing the development of leading among men.  Facilitated by External Vice President Jason Lau, the agenda for Orientation focused on taking chapter presidents through a journey and voyage of leadership.

Leading a chapter is like captaining a ship. The captain must have a vision and direction on where their ship and team needs to sail. A captain needs the tools and equipment to keep the ship on course. The captain must be prepared and navigate through any storms that may suddenly arise. Chapter presidents must act as capable captains who can provide the insight, skills, and planning to lead their members the right direction.

(Photo: Peter Ta,Lambdas At Uva, Eugene Cai, Chase Haggard, Toubee Everclear, Duc Doan, Unc Lambdas and Sebatian Kalilikane)